Art in the Evening : Haitian Art: Vibrant Past, Perilous Future
Dates: Thu Jan 13, 11
KIA docent Denise Wierman discusses the rich legacy and current plight of Haitian art. Denise has spent considerable time in Haiti and is a longtime collector of Haitian art.
The short, award-winning animated film Black Dawn, which incorporates the work of a dozen of Haiti's most prominent artists to tell the story of the country and its people will be screened before the talk.
Donations to KILTI, a non-profit organization supporting the Haitian art community, will be accepted.
Free, no registration required.